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NXP grew again in Q2; may decline in Q3

7/29/2011 05:08 AM EDT
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Tunrayo
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re: NXP grew again in Q2; may decline in Q3
Tunrayo   8/1/2011 1:59:58 PM
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The thing is NXP is not really making much more revenue than they were making in past. They have only been able to operate more efficiently. Nevertheless, they are now bogged down by almost $4bn in debt, so they really have a long way to go.

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Tunrayo   8/1/2011 1:55:54 PM
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NXP's debt is definitely in the billions.

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abraxalito   8/1/2011 4:02:41 AM
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Debt total at $3.85 million - shouldn't it be billion?

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goafrit   7/30/2011 10:13:28 PM
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Very fascinating how this company has re-invented itself.

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